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Take to the skies again and travel like you've never done before

These 11 destinations will definitely whet your whistle

Once again we're taking to the skies.  Although traveling is definitely not the same as it used to be, what with all the restrictions, COVID test requirements and social distancing, we've found a way to keep calm and soldier on.  One thing's for sure, these 11 destinations will definitely whet your whistle.

Nice: Located on the French Riviera, on the southeast coast of France. Nice is the second largest French city on the Mediterranean coast and is 13 km from the Principality of Monaco. The city has the nickname Nice la Belle (Nissa La Bella in the Nicaean dialect), which means "Nice the Beautiful" and is the title of the unofficial anthem of Nice, written in 1912 by Menisa Rodelli. (photo: @thelovelyescapist)

Cappadocia: One of the most beautiful areas of Turkey, full of experiences and Instagrammable places, history and arts. In addition to the balloon ride, the traditional rugs will pique your interest, since the area is known for its carpet weaving. (photo: @hakanerenler_photography)

Maldives: It is the smallest Asian country and also the smallest country in the world where the predominant religion is Islam. It was a British protectorate from 1887 until the end of their independence on July 26, 1965. The Maldives is definitely a dream destination for vacation and relaxation on the most beautiful beaches in the world. (photo: @amyseder)

Iceland: Beautiful landscapes, geysers and active volcanoes, rivers and waterfalls, hot springs and much more await you on a trip to Iceland, a country that is full of nature to fill you with new images and emotions. (photo: @lostitalianos)

Ibiza: Ibiza (or Ibitha) is the third largest island of the Pythagorean Islands in the Balearic Islands, Spain. The most important site from a historical point of view is the Almudaina castle, built in the early 16th century. Absolutely everyone can visit.  Roam the great halls and saunter along the castle corridors. (photo: @theblondeflamingo)

Peru: The famous "colorful mountain" of Peru is located in the Peruvian Alps, near the sacred mountain Ausangate, at an altitude of 5,200 meters and impresses visitors with the incredible color palette that can be found throughout. (Photo: @destinationchaser )

Lisbon: The historic center of Lisbon is built on seven hills. The heart of the city is the center of Baisa, this area of ​​the city is being considered for a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  St. George Castle and Lisbon Cathedral are located on one of the seven hills, east of Baixa. The oldest area of ​​the city is Alfama, near Tagus, a fact which has made it relatively invulnerable to various earthquakes. (photo: @ pink.lem)

Rome: Rome, the heart of Catholic Christianity, is the only city in the world to host an entire state, the Vatican City Capitol: for this reason it is often referred to as the capital of two states. The Colosseum was built in the time of Vespasian in 72 AD, continued in the time of Titus and was completed when Titus was emperor, in 80 AD. It was called the Flavian Amphitheater, after the dynasty of emperors who built it. It took its name from the colossal statue of Nero (The Colossus), which was located on the site where it was built. (Photo: @shewandersabroad)

Barcelona: The sculpture by Ricardo Bofill is located in the W Hotel in Barcelona. The city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, and has a rich culture (Salvador Dali, Antoni Gaudi and Pablo Picasso, among others, lived here for some time. (Photo: @sylvmrtn)

Paris: Christo and Jeanne-Claude were artists known for their enormous environmental installations, which often included large buildings and fabric-covered attractions. He passed away in 2020 and one of his unfulfilled desires was to intervene in the Arc de Triomphe. For this reason, the famous attraction for a few days now is wrapped in 25 thousand square meters of recyclable fabric and 3 thousand meters of red rope. The installation, entitled '' 'l'Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped' '' will remain until October 3. (photo: @nathalie_wanders)

Lanzarote: It is the fourth largest island of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean and the easternmost one. It is 125 km off the African coast and 1,000 km from the Iberian Peninsula. In the photo, the famous tree in the Masdache of Las Palmas (photo: @livethepalmerexperience)


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